|Chapter 1 Uses of Evaluation Research15|
|Purposes of Evaluations21|
|A Brief Historical Overview21|
|Who Can Do Evaluations?29|
|What Is Evaluation Research?30|
|Plan of This Book51|
|Chapter 2 Program Requirements for Evaluation53|
|Program Development and Design66|
|Elements in the Intervention Model69|
|The Selection of Target Populations75|
|Technical and Administrative Evaluations77|
|Chapter 3 Research for Program Planning81|
|Assessment of Needs86|
|Procedures for Target Problem and
|Selecting Program Targets115|
|Formative Research on Delivery Systems119|
|Chapter 4 Monitoring Program Implementation121|
|Participation of Target Populations123|
|Monitoring Delivery of Services132|
|Feedback from Monitoring157|
|Chapter 5 A Framework for Impact Assessment159|
|A "Formula" for Impact Assessment162|
|Constraints on Assessing Outcome171|
|Chapter 6 Rigorous Methods of Impact Assessment179|
|Use of Control Groups to Estimate
|The Optimum Approach: Randomized or
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Book title: Evaluation:A Systematic Approach.
Contributors: Peter H. Rossi - Author, Howard E. Freeman - Author, Sonia R. Wright - Author.
Place of publication: Beverly Hills, CA.
Publication year: 1979.
Page number: 7.
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